Offering 62,000 sq ft of technical space in an accessible location, this data centre provides an excellent choice for secure colocation services outside of London.
Situated in the Stockley Park Industrial Estate in Uxbridge, just outside of London, the facility is just a few minutes drive to both the M4 and M25 motorways. Heathrow Airport is also just a short drive away. You can also access the site via public transport, travelling into nearby Hayes and Harlington rail station, with a short bus or taxi ride to the site itself. Ample parking is provided onsite, if you are visiting by car, and local amenities include a selection of shops, cafés, restaurants and health clubs in the business park.
You can choose which carrier you suits you best on this site, selecting from Backbone Connect, BT Openreach, Cable & Wireless, Easynet or Virgin Media Business. The centre has three diverse duct routes, between the site perimeter and two separated telco rooms (meet me rooms).
You’ll get flexibility when it comes to your power requirements, as the centre offers available power from 1kW to 10kW per rack footprint. A dedicated onsite primary substation supplies 17MVA, and consists of network boundary meters, transformers and switch boards. And you can be sure that your equipment is protected against power outages as the facility features N+1 backup power generators with 24 hours of fuel on site, plus a 4 hour refuelling SLA.
Your data is in safe hands at the Stockley Park facility, with security staff onsite 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and all vetted to BS 7858 standards. A 3M perimeter fence surrounds the building, with external infrared CCTV and intruder detection systems, and access to the site is via PIN/Prox cards with additional biometric authentication within high security areas.
Situated in one of Europe’s most successful business parks, the building offers a gross internal area of 120,000 sq ft, with 62,000 sq ft of technical space. The Environment Agency have certified through a flood risk assessment that centre is outside the 1:1000 (0.1%) risk of extreme flooding. An Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) study has also been independently completed